Wise Response

Signatories

The first 100 celebrated signatories:

 

The first 100 celebrated signatories:

Alan F Mark, Professor emeritus, Botany, Dunedin

Jocelyn Harris, Professor emerita, English

Tim Hazledine Professor, Economics, Auckland; Dunedin

Brian Turner, Writer,  Central Otago

Michael Stedman, Managing Director, NHNZ, Dunedin

Bob Lloyd , Associate Professor, Physics, Dunedin

Wayne Smith, Former All Black and assistant coach, Hamilton

Les Cleveland, (Deceased)

Liz Slooten, Associate Professor, Zoology, Dunedin

Te Radar, Opinionist and Social Commentator, Auckland

Abigail Smith, Associate Professor, Marine Science, Dunedin

Fiona Kidman, Writer, Wellington

Jean Fleming, Professor, Science Communication, Dunedin

Hank Weiss, Professor, Social Medicine, Dunedin

Jim Simpson, Professor, Chemistry, Dunedin

John Highton, Professor, Medicine, Dunedin

Gilbert van Reenen, Photographer, Wanaka

Russell Tregonning, Surgeon, Wellington

Glenn Turner, Retired professional cricketer, Wanaka

Keith A Hunter, Pro-vice-chancellor, Sciences, Dunedin

David Thom, Retired Professional Engineer, Auckland

Philip Boyd, Professor, Marine Chemistry, Dunedin

Catriona Hurd, Associate Professor, Botany, Dunedin

Elizabeth Smither, Writer, New Plymouth

Philip Temple, Author and Historian, Dunedin

Derek Wilshere, Civil Engineer, Wellington

Ian Wedde, Poet Laureate 2011-2013, Auckland

Vincent O’Sullivan, Professor Emeritus, English, Dunedin

Julian Dean, Professional Cyclist, Spain/NZ

David Round, School of Law, Christchurch

Doug P. Armstrong, Professor, Conservation Biology, Palmerston North

Owen Marshall, Writer, Timaru

Morgan Williams, Former Parliamentary Commissioner, Nelson

Robin Fordham, Retired ecologist, Kapiti Coast

John Jillett, Retired Marine Scientist, Dunedin

Mike Joy, Senior Freshwater Ecologist, Palmerston North

David Hamilton, Professor, Biological Sciences, Hamilton

Jeffrey Paparoa Holman, Writer, Christchurch

Roger Mortimer, Company Director, Auckland

Terry Hannan, NZ Land Aid Trust, Australia

Neville Bennett, Writer-economist, Christchurch

Robert Poulin, Professor, Zoology, Dunedin

Richard Thomson, CEO Acquisitions, Councillor, Dunedin

Jillian Sullivan, Writer, Queenstown

Janet Stephenson, Director, Centre for Sustainability. Dunedin

John Peet, Chemical engineer, Christchurch

Hoani Langsbury, Maori Advisory Council to Local Government NZ, Dunedin

Chris Trotter, Political writer and commentator, Auckland

Colin Townsend, Professor, Zoology, Dunedin

Bruce Burns, School of Biological Sciences, Auckland

Margaret Stanley, Centre for Biodiversity and Biosecurity, Auckland

Richard Langston, Freelance journalist, New Zealand

Mark J. Costello, Associate Professor,  Marine Laboratory, Auckland

Carol Brown, Dance Studies,  Auckland

M Gary Nicholls, Professor Emeritus, Medicine, Christchurch

Chris Laidlaw, Broadcaster, author and councillor, Wellington

Emma Neale, Author and former Burns Fellow, Dunedin

Colin Gibson, Professor emeritus, English, Dunedin

Gillian Whitehead, Composer, Dunedin

Jay Cassells, Father of 2 sons, Queenstown

Peter Barrett, Professor,  Geology,  Wellington

Barry Coates, CEO, Oxfam, Auckland

Anton Oliver, Consultant and former All Black, England/Otago

Lloyd Geering, Professor Emeritus, Religious Studies, Wellington

Steve Wratten, Professor, Ecology, Canterbury

James Higham, Professor, Business, Dunedin

Rob Lawson, Professor, Marketing, Dunedin

Jack Woodward, Professor Emeritus, Electrical Engineering, Auckland

Jonathan Boston, Professor, Director, Public Policy, Wellington

Penny Carnaby, Professor, Digital Knowledge, Librarian, Canterbury

Gerry Te Kapa Coates, Professional engineer, author, company director, Wellington

Susan Krumdieck, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Christchurch

Niki Harre, Associate Professor, Psychology, Auckland

Sophie Jerram, Curator and artist, Wellington

Grahame Sydney, Artist and author, Central Otago

Steve Earnshaw, Surgeon, Councillor, Timaru

Aaron Packard, 350 Aotearoa, Wellington

Tamsin Cooper, Fashion Designer & TV Presenter, Dunedin

Heidi Mardon, National Director, The Enviroschools Foundation, Hamilton

Anne Braun-Elwert, Director, Alpine Recreation, Lake Tekapo

Paul Tapsell, Professor, Maori Pacific and Indigenous Studies, Dunedin

Evan J Begg, Professor, Medicine, Christchurch

Lani Evans, Convenor, ReGeneration, Wellington

Dougal Stevenson, Broadcaster, Dunedin

Ralph Chapman, Assoc. Professor, Director, Environmental Studies, Wellington

Rebecca Priestley, Science writer and science historian, Wellington

Lydia Wevers, Professor, Director, New Zealand Studies, Wellington

John la Roche, National Secretary Engineers for Social Responsibility, Auckland

David Galloway, Retired Lichenologist (London Museum), Dunedin

Paul Young, Coodinator, Generation Zero, Wellington

Phil Ker, Chief Executive, Polytechnic, Dunedin

Fiona Farrell, Author and Poet, New Zealand

Ralph E H Sims, Professor, Energy Research, Palmerston North

Rick Boven, former Director of the NZ Institute, Auckland

Celia Wade-Brown, Mayor, City Council,  Wellington

Kepa Morgan, Lecturer Civil and Environmental Engineering, Auckland

Keri Hulme, Kai Tahu/makyr/writer, Okarito

Dave Kelly, Professor, Biological Sciences, Canterbury University

Neville Peat, Writer, Dunedin

Bryan Gould, Former Vice-chancellor and Chair Research Science and Technology, Hamilton.

Geoffery Palmer, Former Environment Minister

Jeanette Fitzsimons, Former Co-Leader Green Party

 

 

Otago-based organising committee:
Alan Mark,  John Cocks, Jocelyn Harris, Bob Lloyd, Pat Scott, Graye Shattky, Brian Turner, Hank Weiss, Louis Chambers, Dugald MacTavish, Lewis Verduyn, Hoani Langsbury, Janet Stephenson, Jean Fleming, Mark Jackson, Nathan Surendran, Philip Temple, Emma Neale
Supporters based elsewhere:
Mike Joy, Denis Bartlet, John La Roche, John Peet, Susan Krumdieck, Peter Barrett, Russell Tregonning, Tim Hazledine

 

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